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mattj711
08-17-2010, 02:36 PM
Well, I thought it time to get the thread for the coming season going now that the Roster has been updated (with numbers) for the 2010-2011 on the Big Red's website.

It is as follows:

2 Alyssa Gagliardi D 5-5 Fr. Raleigh, N.C. Shattuck-St. Mary's
4 Kendice Ogilvie F 5-7 Jr. Delburne, Alberta Red Deer Chiefs / Alberta U18
6 Olivia Cook F 5-3 Fr. Akwesasne, N.Y. Nepean Wildcats / Ontario South
7 Lauriane Rougeau D 5-8 So. Beaconsfield, Quebec Dawson College / Canada U22
8 Jessica Campbell F 5-4 Fr. Melville, Saskatchewan Pursuit of Excellence / Saskatchewan U18 / Canada U18
9 Xandra Hompe F 5-7 So. New Canaan, Conn. Greenwich Academy
11 Brianne Jenner F 5-9 Fr. Oakville, Ontario Canada U22 / Canadian Senior National Team
13 Amanda Young D 5-6 Jr. Lacombe, Alberta Red Deer Chiefs / Alberta U18
16 Rebecca Johnston F 5-9 Jr. Sudbury, Ont. Sudbury Wolves / Ontario U18 / Canada U22
19 Hayley Hughes F 5-6 Sr. Stouffville, Ontario Toronto Aeros
20 Catherine White F 5-9 Jr. Brampton, Ontario Mississauga Chiefs / Ontario U18 / Canada U18
21 Amber Overguard D/F 5-8 Sr. Sundre, Alberta Warner Warriors / Alberta U18
23 Jenna Paulson D 5-9 Jr. Toronto, Ontario Toronto Aeros
24 Hayleigh Cudmore D 5-4 Fr. Oakville, Ontario Oakville Ice / Ontario U18 / Canada U18
26 Chelsea Karpenko F 5-6 Jr. Winnipeg, Manitoba Notre Dame Hounds / Manitoba U18 / Canada U18
27 Karlee Overguard F 5-8 Sr. Sundre, Alberta Warner Warriors / Alberta U18
29 Amanda Mazzotta G 5-5 Jr. London, Ontario London Devilettes / Ontario U18 / Canada U18
30 Lauren Slebodnick G 5-8 Fr. Manchester, N.H. Cushing Academy
35 Katie Wilson G 5-6 Sr. Uxbridge, Ontario Markham/Stouffville Stars
77 Laura Fortino D 5-6 So. Hamilton, Ontario Stoney Creek Jr. Sabres / Ontario U18 / Canada U18

I'm going to have some fun working on some line combo's, which I will post in the not to distant future.

Trillium
08-17-2010, 03:24 PM
Well, I thought it time to get the thread for the coming season going now that the Roster has been updated (with numbers) for the 2010-2011 on the Big Red's website.

It is as follows:

2 Alyssa Gagliardi D 5-5 Fr. Raleigh, N.C. Shattuck-St. Mary's
4 Kendice Ogilvie F 5-7 Jr. Delburne, Alberta Red Deer Chiefs / Alberta U18
6 Olivia Cook F 5-3 Fr. Akwesasne, N.Y. Nepean Wildcats / Ontario South
7 Lauriane Rougeau D 5-8 So. Beaconsfield, Quebec Dawson College / Canada U22
8 Jessica Campbell F 5-4 Fr. Melville, Saskatchewan Pursuit of Excellence / Saskatchewan U18 / Canada U18
9 Xandra Hompe F 5-7 So. New Canaan, Conn. Greenwich Academy
11 Brianne Jenner F 5-9 Fr. Oakville, Ontario Canada U22 / Canadian Senior National Team
13 Amanda Young D 5-6 Jr. Lacombe, Alberta Red Deer Chiefs / Alberta U18
16 Rebecca Johnston F 5-9 Jr. Sudbury, Ont. Sudbury Wolves / Ontario U18 / Canada U22
19 Hayley Hughes F 5-6 Sr. Stouffville, Ontario Toronto Aeros
20 Catherine White F 5-9 Jr. Brampton, Ontario Mississauga Chiefs / Ontario U18 / Canada U18
21 Amber Overguard D/F 5-8 Sr. Sundre, Alberta Warner Warriors / Alberta U18
23 Jenna Paulson D 5-9 Jr. Toronto, Ontario Toronto Aeros
24 Hayleigh Cudmore D 5-4 Fr. Oakville, Ontario Oakville Ice / Ontario U18 / Canada U18
26 Chelsea Karpenko F 5-6 Jr. Winnipeg, Manitoba Notre Dame Hounds / Manitoba U18 / Canada U18
27 Karlee Overguard F 5-8 Sr. Sundre, Alberta Warner Warriors / Alberta U18
29 Amanda Mazzotta G 5-5 Jr. London, Ontario London Devilettes / Ontario U18 / Canada U18
30 Lauren Slebodnick G 5-8 Fr. Manchester, N.H. Cushing Academy
35 Katie Wilson G 5-6 Sr. Uxbridge, Ontario Markham/Stouffville Stars
77 Laura Fortino D 5-6 So. Hamilton, Ontario Stoney Creek Jr. Sabres / Ontario U18 / Canada U18

I'm going to have some fun working on some line combo's, which I will post in the not to distant future.

So it looks like unfortunately the rumours were true...Martino is not back...anyone else from last year not returning?

WHKY blogger
08-17-2010, 04:13 PM
Martino has transfered to Boston College per our BTD HEA Editor.

mattj711
08-17-2010, 10:52 PM
As far as I know (which isn't a whole lot), Martino is the only player prematurely departing the Big Red. I certainly wish her much success at BC and have enjoyed watching her play the last two seasons.

Ok, so lines. I've kind of been going back and forth with a number of pairings and think there are a bunch of options to play with, but I would kind of like to see the following:

K. Overguard White Johnston
Campbell Jenner Karpenko
Hughes Ogilvie A. Overguard
Cook Hompe

Fortino Rougeau
Young Cudmore (or Gagliardi I suspect Cornell will play with a primarily 5 D rotation similar to last year)
Gagliardi Paulson

Mazzotta
Slebodnick (I'm very excited to see her play...she should provide great depth in net)
Wilson

live4hockey
08-18-2010, 12:40 AM
Well, I thought it time to get the thread for the coming season going now that the Roster has been updated (with numbers) for the 2010-2011 on the Big Red's website.

It is as follows:

2 Alyssa Gagliardi D 5-5 Fr. Raleigh, N.C. Shattuck-St. Mary's
4 Kendice Ogilvie F 5-7 Jr. Delburne, Alberta Red Deer Chiefs / Alberta U18
6 Olivia Cook F 5-3 Fr. Akwesasne, N.Y. Nepean Wildcats / Ontario South
7 Lauriane Rougeau D 5-8 So. Beaconsfield, Quebec Dawson College / Canada U22
8 Jessica Campbell F 5-4 Fr. Melville, Saskatchewan Pursuit of Excellence / Saskatchewan U18 / Canada U18
9 Xandra Hompe F 5-7 So. New Canaan, Conn. Greenwich Academy
11 Brianne Jenner F 5-9 Fr. Oakville, Ontario Canada U22 / Canadian Senior National Team
13 Amanda Young D 5-6 Jr. Lacombe, Alberta Red Deer Chiefs / Alberta U18
16 Rebecca Johnston F 5-9 Jr. Sudbury, Ont. Sudbury Wolves / Ontario U18 / Canada U22
19 Hayley Hughes F 5-6 Sr. Stouffville, Ontario Toronto Aeros
20 Catherine White F 5-9 Jr. Brampton, Ontario Mississauga Chiefs / Ontario U18 / Canada U18
21 Amber Overguard D/F 5-8 Sr. Sundre, Alberta Warner Warriors / Alberta U18
23 Jenna Paulson D 5-9 Jr. Toronto, Ontario Toronto Aeros
24 Hayleigh Cudmore D 5-4 Fr. Oakville, Ontario Oakville Ice / Ontario U18 / Canada U18
26 Chelsea Karpenko F 5-6 Jr. Winnipeg, Manitoba Notre Dame Hounds / Manitoba U18 / Canada U18
27 Karlee Overguard F 5-8 Sr. Sundre, Alberta Warner Warriors / Alberta U18
29 Amanda Mazzotta G 5-5 Jr. London, Ontario London Devilettes / Ontario U18 / Canada U18
30 Lauren Slebodnick G 5-8 Fr. Manchester, N.H. Cushing Academy
35 Katie Wilson G 5-6 Sr. Uxbridge, Ontario Markham/Stouffville Stars
77 Laura Fortino D 5-6 So. Hamilton, Ontario Stoney Creek Jr. Sabres / Ontario U18 / Canada U18

I'm going to have some fun working on some line combo's, which I will post in the not to distant future.

Pretty exciting -- with only 4 srs this year and another top goalie recruit already committed for 2011, looks like DD has things set for a few years to come!

My daughter and I plan on catching some of the u22 games this weekend -- should be great to see the competition level so high at that age group...and so many Big Red players in action!

sticks21
08-18-2010, 12:18 PM
So it looks like unfortunately the rumours were true...Martino is not back...anyone else from last year not returning?

HMMMM--- well I did not think she would leave Cornell-although she is from Boston area
Cornell's loss will be Boston College's gain!!!
Well I will miss Martino's play--- excellent defenseman--- with good offensive skills- She set up the tying goal in the semifinal game--that set the merceyhurst game into O.T.----
GOOD LUCK AT B.C.!!!:cool: :cool: :cool:

mattj711
08-24-2010, 09:47 AM
Ottowa Sun article on Amanda Mazzotta.

http://www.ottawasun.com/sports/hockey/2010/08/23/15116751.html

papulaisle
09-11-2010, 08:19 PM
Don't cry for me Argentina.

Do any of you seriously contemplate-think, Cornell will even lose a game this season?

Your team is, 'stacked'.

" 8/16/2010 9:51:51 AM
ITHACA, N.Y. -- An amazing eight members of the Cornell women's hockey team have been named to the 22-player roster of the Canadian U22 National Team, announced on Sunday by Hockey Canada head coach Jim Fetter. The octet will represent their home nation in a three-game series against the United States U22 Select team on August 18, 19 and 21 in Toronto, Ontario. "

Etc.

(Above as per, "Cornell Big Red-The Official Site of Cornell University Athletics")

Jenner, Fortino, Rougeau, Mazzotta, White, Johnston, Campbell, Karpenko.
Includes current (and maybe a former) ECAC Player of the Year (White-current).

I'm still some smarting, for instance, from Fortino and Rougeau matriculating Fall 2009 after doors otherwise were seemingly buttoned up...

:( But didn't they have a nice year, impact?

OnMAA
09-11-2010, 09:38 PM
Don't cry for me Argentina.

Do any of you seriously contemplate-think, Cornell will even lose a game this season?

Your team is, 'stacked'.

" 8/16/2010 9:51:51 AM
ITHACA, N.Y. -- An amazing eight members of the Cornell women's hockey team have been named to the 22-player roster of the Canadian U22 National Team, announced on Sunday by Hockey Canada head coach Jim Fetter. The octet will represent their home nation in a three-game series against the United States U22 Select team on August 18, 19 and 21 in Toronto, Ontario. "

Etc.

(Above as per, "Cornell Big Red-The Official Site of Cornell University Athletics")

Jenner, Fortino, Rougeau, Mazzotta, White, Johnston, Campbell, Karpenko.
Includes current (and maybe a former) ECAC Player of the Year (White-current).

I'm still some smarting, for instance, from Fortino and Rougeau matriculating Fall 2009 after doors otherwise were seemingly buttoned up...

:( But didn't they have a nice year, impact?

And your point is ?

CanHockGuy
09-12-2010, 12:08 AM
And your point is ?

Ya......:confused: :confused:

ARM
09-12-2010, 09:35 AM
And your point is ?1) Cornell has a ton of talent;
2) Dartmouth fan would have preferred that some of that talent enroll in Hanover.

5 4 Fighting
09-12-2010, 09:42 AM
Don't cry for me Argentina.

Do any of you seriously contemplate-think, Cornell will even lose a game this season?

Your team is, 'stacked'.

" 8/16/2010 9:51:51 AM
ITHACA, N.Y. -- An amazing eight members of the Cornell women's hockey team have been named to the 22-player roster of the Canadian U22 National Team, announced on Sunday by Hockey Canada head coach Jim Fetter. The octet will represent their home nation in a three-game series against the United States U22 Select team on August 18, 19 and 21 in Toronto, Ontario. "

Etc.

(Above as per, "Cornell Big Red-The Official Site of Cornell University Athletics")

Jenner, Fortino, Rougeau, Mazzotta, White, Johnston, Campbell, Karpenko.
Includes current (and maybe a former) ECAC Player of the Year (White-current).

I'm still some smarting, for instance, from Fortino and Rougeau matriculating Fall 2009 after doors otherwise were seemingly buttoned up...

:( But didn't they have a nice year, impact?

...and NJC Bi-PolarBear just had a conniption...

papulaisle
09-12-2010, 02:42 PM
I come from 'Eras' less competitive/a-swarm with talent, teams, seeking edges.
Also before (substantial) Canadian, abroad, player presence and subsequent dominance in USA college hockey.

Am leery, quite- of ALL quick fix, hasty remedy, possibly extra legal measures. Appearance as well .

Seek parity-fairness and especially transparency.

You?

I never felt fully satisfied here Rougeau and Fortino -others- were incorporated into Ivy play (college life,even) fully meeting restraints, limits, restrictions -STRICTURES- cited above.
Remains, ARM.

Most players now play 'professional' hockey first in Canada, abroad and USA; they're now or later thus appearing on US college teams.

Who's watching? Who's enforcing rules?

Who's (International!) rules?
:(

OnMAA
09-12-2010, 03:43 PM
I come from 'Eras' less competitive/a-swarm with talent, teams, seeking edges.
Also before (substantial) Canadian, abroad, player presence and subsequent dominance in USA college hockey.

Am leery, quite- of ALL quick fix, hasty remedy, possibly extra legal measures. Appearance as well .

Seek parity-fairness and especially transparency.

You?

I never felt fully satisfied here Rougeau and Fortino -others- were incorporated into Ivy play (college life,even) fully meeting restraints, limits, restrictions -STRICTURES- cited above.
Remains, ARM.

Most players now play 'professional' hockey first in Canada, abroad and USA; they're now or later thus appearing on US college teams.

Who's watching? Who's enforcing rules?

Who's (International!) rules?
:(

Not a single Female Player plays "as you put it" 'professional hockey'. For starters it would make them ineligible for the NCAA. Many do however play on National U18 and National U22 teams.

Not sure why you single out these two players or Cornell. IIRC there were plenty of National players on Darthmouth in the past. I'm sure you did not complain about that at the time. One of Rougeau's longtime teammates plays for Darthmouth. Not sure why you would single out Cornell. Plenty of other Ivy Schools with National Caliber players, both past and present.

IMHO, If Cornell did all the work to recruit/land these good players, good on them. Just remember, not that long ago they were the laughing stock of the Ivy circuit in Womens hockey. They have proven that with hard work and some good recruiting you can build/rebuild a program.

gotice
09-12-2010, 03:52 PM
Don't cry for me Argentina.

Do any of you seriously contemplate-think, Cornell will even lose a game this season?

Your team is, 'stacked'.

" 8/16/2010 9:51:51 AM
ITHACA, N.Y. -- An amazing eight members of the Cornell women's hockey team have been named to the 22-player roster of the Canadian U22 National Team, announced on Sunday by Hockey Canada head coach Jim Fetter. The octet will represent their home nation in a three-game series against the United States U22 Select team on August 18, 19 and 21 in Toronto, Ontario. "

Etc.

(Above as per, "Cornell Big Red-The Official Site of Cornell University Athletics")

Jenner, Fortino, Rougeau, Mazzotta, White, Johnston, Campbell, Karpenko.
Includes current (and maybe a former) ECAC Player of the Year (White-current).

I'm still some smarting, for instance, from Fortino and Rougeau matriculating Fall 2009 after doors otherwise were seemingly buttoned up...

:( But didn't they have a nice year, impact?

Where is that decoder ring when I need it...can anyone translate?

mattj711
09-16-2010, 12:24 PM
Preseason ECAC Coaches' Poll is out...Cornell took 11/12 first place votes (a coach is not allowed to vote for their own team) with Clarkson taking the other first place vote.

http://static.psbin.com/z/w/fmnnc7y8...eague_Team.pdf

Preseason all league team was also announced. Cornell players (Johnston, White, Rougeau and Fortino) took 4/6 spots with a Harvard (Buesser) and a Quinnipiac (Vigilanti) player taking the remaining two spots.

http://static.psbin.com/z/w/fmnnc7y8...eague_Team.pdf

mattj711
09-16-2010, 02:07 PM
Don't cry for me Argentina.

Do any of you seriously contemplate-think, Cornell will even lose a game this season?

Your team is, 'stacked'.

" 8/16/2010 9:51:51 AM
ITHACA, N.Y. -- An amazing eight members of the Cornell women's hockey team have been named to the 22-player roster of the Canadian U22 National Team, announced on Sunday by Hockey Canada head coach Jim Fetter. The octet will represent their home nation in a three-game series against the United States U22 Select team on August 18, 19 and 21 in Toronto, Ontario. "

Etc.

(Above as per, "Cornell Big Red-The Official Site of Cornell University Athletics")

Jenner, Fortino, Rougeau, Mazzotta, White, Johnston, Campbell, Karpenko.
Includes current (and maybe a former) ECAC Player of the Year (White-current).

I'm still some smarting, for instance, from Fortino and Rougeau matriculating Fall 2009 after doors otherwise were seemingly buttoned up...

:( But didn't they have a nice year, impact?

Personally, I would be shocked (very pleasantly) if Cornell did not lose a game this coming season. There are a number of other teams in the ECAC (Clarkson and Harvard imparticular come to mind) that will be very good. Many other teams have/will continue to improve. All in all, the season is too long and the competition is too good for me to predict an undefeated season for anyone this year.

BTW67
09-16-2010, 02:21 PM
Preseason ECAC Coaches' Poll is out...Cornell took 11/12 first place votes (a coach is not allowed to vote for their own team) with Clarkson taking the other first place vote.

http://static.psbin.com/z/w/fmnnc7y8...eague_Team.pdf

Preseason all league team was also announced. Cornell players (Johnston, White, Rougeau and Fortino) took 4/6 spots with a Harvard (Buesser) and a Quinnipiac (Vigilanti) player taking the remaining two spots.

http://static.psbin.com/z/w/fmnnc7y8...eague_Team.pdf

It's great to see the team and the players get the recognition they deserve. I can't wait for this season!

papulaisle
09-16-2010, 06:55 PM
Hard to let go of the feeling.

Comes around now each Fall-and I guess will for the next two years.

It is that we have two players 'signed' at the last moment who then in their first outing's dominate...and earn, in effect, 'player of the year', etc., awards at their position and propel their team, rocket-like, into a near win (for the very first time for an Eastern team) at the national championships!

I say if you weren't at least a little suspicious , wondering, you weren't paying attention or are blind to/will look the other way, as to level playing field considerations.

And I'd like to hear from anyone/everyone (else) who might also have 'feelings' as to ensuring/maintaining, 'level' playing fields (anywhere).

Likely I won't.

LPF, not only at Cornell but in all institutions in all countries from whence come these phenomenal and wonderful women players.

Done.

Trillium
09-16-2010, 07:05 PM
Hard to let go of the feeling.

Comes around now each Fall-and I guess will for the next two years.

It is that we have two players 'signed' at the last moment who then in their first outing's dominate...and earn, in effect, 'player of the year', etc., awards at their position and propel their team, rocket-like, into a near win (for the very first time for an Eastern team) at the national championships!

I say if you weren't at least a little suspicious , wondering, you weren't paying attention or are blind to/will look the other way, as to level playing field considerations.

And I'd like to hear from anyone/everyone (else) who might also have 'feelings' as to ensuring/maintaining, 'level' playing fields (anywhere).

Likely I won't.

LPF, not only at Cornell but in all institutions in all countries from whence come these phenomenal and wonderful women players.

Done.

If I'm not mistaken, didn't Dartmouth also have a player signed at the last minute too....from Quebec????? :rolleyes:

If you want to make insinuations about others, don't forget to cast the same light closer to home as well.